How to get rid of the java icon on the window

There is a java icon(top right habd corner) on every window panel.
How to get rid of it?

What r u using, AWT r JAVA Swing? would please explain
ur problem clearlyLOL. No offense, but you might consider phrasing your responses clearly as well...
r == "are" || r == "or" || r == "argh" :o)

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